We are developing 'Blackmoor 2' and it will be available first on the App Store in 2018. Stay tuned...
Remember a long time ago when fighting games were fun and had good controls?
Blackmoor features fast paced platformer action with combos, special moves and tons of boss fights. A game of ghosts, goblins and streetfighting from the old school.
Long ago the minions of the dark lord Blackmoor forged a Talisman that would, when the time was right, return him to human form and... i dunno... take over the world for no reason.... It was kept in the depths of hell until a valiant band of crusaders stole it. Your mission is to destroy the talisman before the instruments of death reach you.
- 7 heroes with unique moves, weapons and magic
- Nice smooth controls
- 16 unique maps, 20 unforgettable bosses
- 57 enemies (each their own wife, kids and dreams)
- Random weapons, armor, pets
- BOSS v BOSS (place your bets)
- Incredible atmospheric music by Matthew Pablo
- Account saving
- Co-Op multiplayer online
- Retina Display universally for iPad 2+ & iPhone5
Check our other games: Smash Club, Toon Shooters, Maximus, Super Boys.
Composer: Matthew Pablo
bug fix for loading items slayer’s bow, dark_slayer’s, bow heaven’s fury, heaven’s wrath
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Some cool bosses, varied levels, imprecise controls
Lots of bosses and minibosses in different level types with unique looks makes this a fun journey.
Virtual thumbstick control for movement and ducking stops this from being a pretty good game. Too easy to accidentally duck when I want to move, or move when I want to duck. 2 arrow keys plus a couch toggle button would have made this much better.
My A+B special attack doesn't activate consistently. Sometimes it jumps instead. Maximus is your other game with similar UI, but never had this problem.
Some of the auto scrolling levels are poorly paced so I have to wait a while for new content to scroll onscreen.
Some enemies can move off screen and use strong attacks, which feels really cheap.
The werebear boss' grab is stupidly damaging, fast, seems to grant him invincibility, and feels unfair. The version in your Maximus game is one of the hardest bosses because of that move, but at least that version's grab could be interrupted by a strong attack.
Maximus is a much better game than Blackmoor, in controls, enemy design, and level design. A lot of the same kind of creativity is evident in both games, but Maximus feels more tested and refined.
I Love this game!
I Freaking Love this game! Fun a unique hero’s, good story, Lots of nice references, Lots and Lots of Equipable gear, Fine controls. You actually have to play the game twice to get he actual ending, once normally and again in hard mode. And it’s Free. So Why are you reading this, Go play the game!
Just Play it👍👍👍👍👍
This is a fantastic game. It is a bit grindy but if you don't have time to grind it is worth putting a little money into. The developers are awesome and will take care of any issues you may have!
- Mooff Games Ltd
- 106.7 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Four Fats & Mooff Games
- In-App Purchases
- Blackmoor Coin Doubler $1.99
- Blackmoor 20,000 gold coins $0.99
- Blackmoor Coin Doubler $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.